Cowan & Cowan. Bibliography of the history of California, 1510-1930
Composed of those resident in California prior to admission to the Union on 9 September 1850; those resident after that date may be honorary members. Includes banquet speeches about early California, the Sloop of War Cyane, gold production, navigation on inland waters, and other topics
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy: lacking errata sheet
Bound volume contains: 1. California, her wealth and resources -- 2. Benicia (Calf.) : synopsis of reasons why it should be made a port of entry -- 3. Decade sermons : two historical discourses ... -- 4. Address of the superintendent of public instruction of the state of California -- 5A. Letter of the state geologist relative to the progress of the State Geologist Survey, during the years 1864-1865 -- 5B. Letter of the state geologist relative to the progress of the State Geologist Survey, during the years 1866-1867 -- 5C. Report of the Commissioners to manage the Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa big tree grove, for the years 1866-7 -- 6. Common sense applied to the immigrant question -- 7. The shortest route to California -- 8. California : letters from Joseph F. Cronelly, to Henry Burbidge, Galway -- 9. The early days and rapid growth of California -- 10. Something about California : being a description of its climate, health, wealth and resources ... -- 11. The Associated Pioneers of the Territorial Days of California in the city of New York -- 12. The Livermore Valley -- 13. Report upon the blasting operations at Lime Point, California, in 1868 and 1869
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